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As Vaccine Approvals Loom, U.S. Funds A Back-Up Plan For Delivery

As the U.S. prepares for what will likely be the largest vaccination program in its history, the Trump administration plans to loan $590 million to a Connecticut company with a novel technology.

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Fourteen auditors began the manual recount of around 71,000 presidential ballots in Macon, Ga., on Friday, part of a statewide recount of about 5 million votes cast across Georgia. Grant Blankenship/GPB hide caption

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As Georgia's Hand Recount Concludes, Vote Count Shows Biden Still Ahead

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Former U.S. Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates arrives for a ceremony for FBI Director Chris Wray at the FBI Building in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 28, 2017. Yates is considered a potential pick for President-elect Joe Biden's attorney general. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Who Might Joe Biden Select To Lead The Justice Department?

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Mission Neil Cowley Trio
Kneel Down Neil Cowley Trio

Visitors bike along South Beach in Miami Beach, Fla. Tourism has suffered during the coronavirus pandemic and the state is coming into high tourism season when it would typically see visitors from Canada and the northeast U.S. Rebecca Blackwell/AP hide caption

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Florida Looks At A Winter Without Canadians

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Outaouais Trilogy: Yer Doin' It. Yer F---in' Doin' It The Acorn
Erster Tag The Acorn
Mandy Love Theme Jóhann Jóhannsson
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Students line up outside P.S. 179 in the Kensington section of Brooklyn, in New York City, to have their temperatures checked on the first day of in-person instruction, on Sept. 29. This Thursday, New York City public schools will be halting in-person instruction. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Amid Rising Coronavirus Cases, New York City Shuts Its Schools — Again

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As Vaccine Approvals Loom, U.S. Funds A Backup Plan For Delivery

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Climate activists protest in Washington, D.C., the day after the election. Some progressives want President-elect Joe Biden to bar any appointees with fossil fuel ties. Bloomberg/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Climate Activists Want Biden To Bar Appointees With Fossil Fuel Ties

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Wrong Flock Edamame
Love Theme from The Godfather Nino Rota
Appollonia Nino Rota
Bayan Ko Florante Aguilar
Bridge IHF
Wonder IHF
This Year John Darnielle
Erato As The Poets Affirm
Minor Piano Keys Iron and Wine

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Boston Doctor Laments That Recent COVID-19 Surge Was Preventable

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Thailand's Prime Minister Signals Tougher Measures Against Anti-Government Protests

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